PLEASE EXTEND YOUR PATIENCE TO US: A touching letter from a parent to teachers went viral

A touching letter from a parent to teachers

The Department of Education continues to deliver education even this toughest time of pandemic through online and modular classes.

In this new normal, parents play an important part in helping their children not just to understand lessons but also in answering modules.

But this has been a problem for other parents especially working parents who also need to work and really can’t find time to help their children.

Just like this touching post where one of the parents wrote a letter asking for understanding and patience when it comes to adjustment with this new normal.

Read the post of DepEd Tayo Abra below:

“Isang tatay ang nagbigay ng sulat sa isa sa mga guro ng kanyang anak hinggil sa pakiusap nya tungkol sa bagong pamamaraan ng pagkatuto ng mga bata ngayong pandemya.

Ayon kay Gng. Arlene Furiel, guro sa Bangued West Central School nakalakip ang sulat sa parents feedback form at ayon sa sulat nakiusap ang Tatay na habaan ng mga guro ang kanilang pasensya na unawain ang sitwasyon ng bawat magulang dahil hindi lahat ay may mahabang oras na turuan ang kanilang mga anak. Dahil may mga magulang na puspusan sa pagtratrabaho upang may maipakain sa pamilya.

Ngayong araw lamang ay nagpunta ang Tatay sa paaralan upang magpaturo kay Teacher Arlene upang sa gayun maituro niya nang tama ang leksyon sa kanyang anak.”

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Credits: DepEd Tayo Abra

“To our dear teachers,

As a parent, we are willing to do all the duties and responsibilities that you gave us. We are trying our best to do the task as far as our child to learn specially at times like this. But we are asking for your understanding. The parent’s guide that you gave us is not being followed due to our time. There are necessities that we must do too. We teach our childrens/child by trying to manage our time. And we hope that we can give more time to our child so that he will learn. We are asking you dear teachers for your understanding. Please extend your patience for us to adjust. Hoping for your consideration maam.”

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Credits: DepEd Tayo Abra

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